B-Sik Productions

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B-Sik Productions was founded during summer 2008 by members Illy Kay & Big Sexy, hailing from Lake County, Florida. Both students at the University of Florida, Big Sexy and Illy Kay looked to music to vent frustrations, as well as enjoy themselves between their studies. Initially, B-Siik started off by mimicking local rappers who were, for lack of a better term, "fake." After a few beefs, B-Sik realized that they would be better served to make more meaningful and lyrical music. Breaking away from the trends of cars and women, B-Sik moved ahead of many local MC's. B-Sik later added members Freaky Fat, J-Rizz and Deezy Dee. The group went on to have a song played on the radio. "Keep Ya Head Up," a heartfelt ballad about facing demons and rough times to rise above them, by Illy Kay & J-Rizz, produced by Criss.Ruler, of Angry Hero Music, was played during the Diamonds in the Rough segment of the Halftime Hip Hop Show, hosted by DJ BlacqueStarr. B-Sik's first mixtape, "If the World Wasn't Ending..." was released in Spring 2010. Illy Kay's new mixtape is slotted to released during Summer 2010, with other member's releasing mixtapes afterwards.

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